EURONEWS – A deal has been reached that would give Brussels the green light to cut EU funding to member countries over rule of law issues.
Many democratic societies are experiencing a crisis of faith. Citizens are making clear their frustration
The premise of this volume is that business regulations are expected to grow in the
This volume presents the viewpoints of academics, food lawyers, industry and consumer representatives as well
BLOOMBERG – The Italian election was heartening for populist forces. Yet the results do not break with a venerable Italian tradition — one that political scientist Giuseppe di Palma described in “Surviving without Governing: The Italian Parties in Parliament.” Those who are suddenly overcome with anxiety for Italy and Europe might find solace in its pages.
EURONEWS – From judicial independence in Poland to media freedom in Hungary, violations around the rule of law have been the most contentious of EU issues.
ECHO CHAMBER CLUB – In this podcast interview from May 2017, I speak about what actually brought me to write Lobbying for Change and which ideas I would lobby for to go about inequality.
1989 GENERATION INITIATIVE PODCAT – Following the French elections, we brought together 89ers and expert guest Alberto Alemanno to discuss the outcome, the challenges ahead for Macron, and the how the formerly dominant parties, the Parti Socialiste and Les Républicains, might recover.
EURACTIV – Almost 30 years after the first transnational European party was formed, the European Parliament has proposed that in the 2024 European elections, all voters should be able to vote, in addition to their national representatives, for a second set of representatives, elected in a single European college.
This collection of essays looks at the role the European Union could and should play